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i got a 2007 polaris phoenix and i wanted diffent tires like a trail tire on the front i got 21-7-10 and on the back i got 20-10-9. any good tires? what size can i go up to for an atv tire on my quad?

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I have Maxis Razrs on mine and I really like them. They are also relatively cheap. What ever you get, I would stick with the stock sizes.

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